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The ancient historical Monastery of St.Ephraim of Nea Makri St. Ephraim of Nea Makri or St. Ephraim of Mount Amomon (Greek: Άγιος Εφραίμ Νέας Μάκρης / του Όρους των Αμωμών), believed to have lived from 1384 to 1426, is venerated as a martyr and miracle-working saint by many Greek Orthodox Christians in Greece. His status as a saint is controversial, as there are no sources testifying to his existence as an historical person. Believers regard him as a "newly revealed" ("νεοφανής") saint, whose existence is a matter of divine revelation rather than historical proof. ...........more Telephon: +30 2294 091202 Holy Monastery of St Raphael, Nicolas and Irena  Our Monastery has the wonder-working Saints, Raphael, Nikolaos and Irene as protectors and patrons. These Saints are its guides and shining models of faith, life and self-sacrifice, as well as patriotism. They are specially revered, honored, invoked and ministered to by the Monastery. ..........more Telephon: +30 2294 061151 Marathon Tomp  The Battle of Marathon (Greek: Μάχη του Μαραθωνος, Machē tou Marathōnos) took place in 490 BC, during the first Persian invasion of Greece. It was fought between the citizens of Athens, aided by Plataea, and a Persian force commanded by Datis and Artaphernes. The battle was the culmination of the first attempt by Persia, under King Darius I, to subjugate Greece. The Greek army decisively defeated the more numerous Persians, marking a turning point in the Greco-Persian Wars. ...more Marathon Lake Lake Marathon or the Marathon Reservoir (Greek: Λίμνη Μαραθώνος [Limni Marathónos] or Λίμνη Μαραθώνα [Limni Marathóna]) is a water supply reservoir formed from the construction of Marathon Dam at the junction of Charadros and Varnavas Torrents near the town of Marathon, Greece. It was the primary water supply for Athens from 1931, when it became operational, until 1959. In 1959 water from Lake Yliki became available, and water from Mornos Reservoir became available in 1981. ...more Marathon Run Museum The permanent exhibition of the “Olympic Marathon” presents for the first time in public the history of the Olympic Marathons from 1896 to 2000. Over than 4000 exhibits that record the history of Marathon race from 1896 until today. A unique historical sporting collection which could not be found elsewhere than in the birthplace of Marathon road race. .......more Archaeological Museum of Marathon The Museum was founded in 1975 in an idyllic rural location within close distance to the renown tumulus (grave mound) of Marathon. The exhibits cover a time span from the Prehistoric to the Late Roman era and derive from the excavated sites - mainly cemeteries - of the region.  .....more

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The ancient historical Monastery of  St.Ephraim of Nea Makri St. Ephraim of Nea Makri or St. Ephraim of Mount Amomon (Greek: Άγιος Εφραίμ Νέας Μάκρης / του Όρους των Αμωμών), believed to have lived from 1384 to 1426, is venerated as a martyr and miracle-working saint by many Greek Orthodox Christians in Greece. His status as a saint is controversial, as there are no sources testifying to his existence as an historical person. Believers regard him as a "newly revealed" ("νεοφανής") saint, whose existence is a matter of divine revelation rather than historical proof. ...........more Telephon: +30 2294 091202 Holy Monastery of St Raphael, Nicolas and Irena  Our Monastery has the wonder-working Saints, Raphael, Nikolaos and Irene as protectors and patrons. These Saints are its guides and shining models of faith, life and self-sacrifice, as well as patriotism. They are specially revered, honored, invoked and ministered to by the Monastery. ..........more Telephon: +30 2294 061151 Marathon Tomp  The Battle of Marathon (Greek: Μάχη του Μαραθωνος, Machē tou Marathōnos) took place in 490 BC, during the first Persian invasion of Greece. It was fought between the citizens of Athens, aided by Plataea, and a Persian force commanded by Datis and Artaphernes. The battle was the culmination of the first attempt by Persia, under King Darius I, to subjugate Greece. The Greek army decisively defeated the more numerous Persians, marking a turning point in the Greco-Persian Wars. ...more Marathon Lake Lake Marathon or the Marathon Reservoir (Greek: Λίμνη Μαραθώνος [Limni Marathónos] or Λίμνη Μαραθώνα [Limni Marathóna]) is a water supply reservoir formed from the construction of Marathon Dam at the junction of Charadros and Varnavas Torrents near the town of Marathon, Greece. It was the primary water supply for Athens from 1931, when it became operational, until 1959. In 1959 water from Lake Yliki became available, and water from Mornos Reservoir became available in 1981. ...more Marathon Run Museum The permanent exhibition of the “Olympic Marathon” presents for the first time in public the history of the Olympic Marathons from 1896 to 2000. Over than 4000 exhibits that record the history of Marathon race from 1896 until today. A unique historical sporting collection which could not be found elsewhere than in the birthplace of Marathon road race. .......more Archaeological Museum of Marathon The Museum was founded in 1975 in an idyllic rural location within close distance to the renown tumulus (grave mound) of Marathon. The exhibits cover a time span from the Prehistoric to the Late Roman era and derive from the excavated sites - mainly cemeteries - of the region.  .....more

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